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Dr Hauschka - Cleansing Cream
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Wed Sep 14, 2005 5:37 am      Reply with quote
I just bought it, but I forgot to ask how to use it, please help!~

what's the most effective way to use it? how many times per week? and will it make dry to skin? need to apply moisture mask after apply this cleansing cream?

Thanks in advance~ : )

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Wed Sep 14, 2005 11:40 am      Reply with quote
I use it twice a day, after first removing makeup. It definitely doesn't dry your skin! No need to put on a mask afterwards, although I do moisturize after I use it in the morning.
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Wed Sep 14, 2005 11:09 pm      Reply with quote
I've got a sample which i just started using as well. I try to use it more as a scrub hence 2 days a week but both morn n evening. Im not sure if I'm negating the potential effects of it by using it less than everyday. For those who use it everyday, i guess this is your cleanser? I dont really fancy that film it leaves, makes me feel i didnt cleanse properly Razz Also hv problems achieving the knead/roll/pluck motion. seems ok on the cheek area but wat the forehead and nose/nose bridge area? How does everyone else do it? I tried locating the video that was once posted here but think its been removed fm the Dr H's website Sad
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Thu Sep 15, 2005 5:09 am      Reply with quote
I just got a sample of this too, I read someone say to imagine pressing one of those stamp thingys into ink(sort of press it in and roll side to side) I dont think i described to well Wink Wink
Hopefully someone can enlighten us Very Happy
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Thu Sep 15, 2005 7:59 am      Reply with quote
O, yes!! I called my friend, she told me how to use it actually~
She said squeeze it out on palm to add some water and press it on cheeks, nose, forehead. Rinse with water, that's it!~
Hope it can help me remove the blackhead on my face!! >: 1

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Mon Sep 19, 2005 7:50 pm      Reply with quote
I've just bought a sample of the Dr H cleanser. Can it just be used as an everyday cleanser to remove make up etc?

I'm currently using Cetaphil on the advice of a Dr at a skin clinic. I've been using it for nearly a year (with Eryacne and Differen ointments) and I'm finding I'm greasy with my make up on yet dry in areas so its time for a change I think.
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Mon Sep 19, 2005 8:36 pm      Reply with quote
I love this product I use it after cleansing coz I don't think its meant to remove make-up. The name is a bit misleading - its more of an exfoliator really. HTH

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Mon Sep 19, 2005 8:40 pm      Reply with quote
Dr. Hauschka literature recommends that you remove makeup with a separate cleanser first (such as their cleansing milk). I usually don't wear makeup, so I use just the cleansing cream as my everyday cleanser and it works fine.
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Tue Sep 20, 2005 8:08 pm      Reply with quote
thanks Smile
Started my testers today - so far so good! Will use the cleansing milk at night and the cream cleanser in the morning.
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Wed Sep 21, 2005 3:35 am      Reply with quote
firstly, i will use cleaning oil to remove the make up, then use cleaning milk to clean again, the thirth step is cleaning cream, is it too heavy for skin?? coz I feel a bit greasy from use cleanig oil.

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Wed Sep 21, 2005 10:10 am      Reply with quote
meow wrote:
firstly, i will use cleaning oil to remove the make up, then use cleaning milk to clean again, the thirth step is cleaning cream, is it too heavy for skin?? coz I feel a bit greasy from use cleanig oil.
That sounds like one step too many. I wouldn't think that you'd need both the cleansing oil and the cleansing milk....

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Thu Sep 22, 2005 9:04 am      Reply with quote
O, really? but do you think it's quite greasy after used cleaning oil? I don't know it caused by the brand which I'm using (Kose)~
which brand you using?

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Thu Sep 22, 2005 9:14 am      Reply with quote
meow wrote:
O, really? but do you think it's quite greasy after used cleaning oil? I don't know it caused by the brand which I'm using (Kose)~
which brand you using?
In the evenings, I use either the Decleor or DHC Cleansing Oil (or sometimes just plain castor or jojoba oil) to remove my makeup, then the DHCC to “deep clean” my pores, then I apply my trusty homemade ACV Super Toner. I have *extremely* oily skin so believe me, I’d really notice if my skin felt greasier than usual!

I’m concerned that if you use a cleansing oil, then cleansing milk and then DHCC on top of it, that you could actually be stripping your skin of too much of it’s natural oil/s. When that happens, your skin responds by kicking your sebum/oil glands into over-drive to produce even more oil and then it becomes a vicious cycle.

Try using either the cleansing oil OR the cleansing milk (not both!), then follow with the DHCC for a few days and see what happens. Also, if you’ll send me a private message (PM) with your full name and mailing address, I’ll be happy to send you a bottle of the aforementioned ACV toner to try out.

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Thu Sep 22, 2005 9:29 am      Reply with quote
O, really?! either cleaning oil or cleaning milk, maybe it's the reason to make my skin dehydrate/ dry!! Shock ok, let me try it for few days and see the result.
Thanks carekate, you always takecare of others skin as well!! Surprised I think the shipping charge is quite expensive, coz I'm living in HK, anyway, many thanks for you!!

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